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*  Speech shadowing
While a person is only asked to repeat words, they also automatically process their syntax and semantics. Words repeated during ... the attended message by repeating it out loud with a delay of a few seconds between hearing a word and repeating the word. The ... The reaction time between hearing a word and pronouncing it can be as short as 254 ms or even 150 ms. This is only the delay ...
*  Eriksen flanker task
The word can either be congruent, which would mean the word would match the font color, such as the word "blue" in blue font ... All three of these tasks have mainly been viewed as identical in terms of the control processes that are involved. Due to this ... or it can be incongruent where the word would not match the font color like the word "purple" in yellow font color. Just as ... In this test, participants are told to name the color of a word as quickly as they can and as accurately as possible. The trick ...
*  Language production
Perseveration: The word retains characteristics of a word said previously in a sentence: Taddle Tennis instead of Paddle Tennis ... The process of message planning is an active area of psycholinguistic research, but researchers have found that it is an ... This conceptual set would attempt to find the corresponding word {cat}. This selected word would then select morphological and ... Lexical selection activates the word's lemma, which contains both semantic and grammatical information about the word. This ...
*  Speech production
Grammatical encoding is the process of selecting the appropriate syntactic word or lemma. The selected lemma then activates the ... c) a lexical stage where a search for a word occurs based on meaning. Once the word is selected and retrieved, information ... and the word is phonetically encoded. The production of spoken language involves three major levels of processing: ... This is where word selection would occur, a person would choose which words they wish to express. The next, or middle level, ...
*  Recursion
The word and, for example, can be construed as a function that can apply to sentence meanings to create new sentences, and ... This process can be iterated. The standard `middle thirds' technique for creating the Cantor set is a subdivision rule, as is ... Recursion is the process a procedure goes through when one of the steps of the procedure involves invoking the procedure itself ...
*  Speech error
The word was used by a White House spokesman after George W. Bush seemed to say that his government was always "thinking about ... Slips of the tongue are another form of "errors" that can help us understand the process of speech production better. Slips can ... Motley and Baars (1976) found that a word pair like "get one" will more likely slip to "wet gun" if the pair before it is "damp ... Due to the pressure to continue speaking, the speaker has to make a quick decision which word should be selected. This pressure ...
*  Speech disfluency
Aizuchi Aphasia Auditory processing disorder Discourse marker Discourse particle Epanorthosis Natural language processing ... Research has shown that the word/syllable "huh" is perhaps the most recognized syllable throughout the world, including ... Fox Tree, J. E. (1995). "The effects of false starts and repetitions on the processing of subsequent words in spontaneous ... Lamel, L.; Adda-Deckes, M.; Gauvain, J.L.; Adda, G. (1996). "Spoken language processing in a multilingual context". Proceeding ...
*  Motor theory of speech perception
... this default imitation processing would provide as a secondary use an extra source for word perception. Since imitation will be ... However, the ultimate goal of these studies is presumably to understand the neural processes supporting the ability to process ... Imitation has to be initiated for all vocalizations since a word's novelty cannot be known until after it is heard, and so ... The evidence for this was the research finding that speech processing was special such as duplex perception. Initially, speech ...
*  Probabilistic context-free grammar
Derivation: The process of recursive generation of strings from a grammar. Parsing: Finding a valid derivation using an ... Ambiguous grammar may result in ambiguous parsing if applied on homographs since the same word sequence can have more than one ... PCFGs have application in areas as diverse as natural language processing to the study the structure of RNA molecules and ... The application of PCFGs in predicting structures is a multi-step process. In addition, the PCFG itself can be incorporated ...
*  Lexical entrainment
If in a set of objects one is to refer to either a husky, a table, and a poster, people are still most likely to use the word " ... Lexical entrainment is the phenomenon in conversational linguistics of the process of the subject adopting the reference terms ... For many objects the most available labels are basic nouns; for example, the word "dog". Instead of saying animal or husky for ... Lexical entrainment has applications in natural language processing in computers as well as human-human interaction. Currently ...
*  Speech repetition
... occurs in the dorsal speech processing stream while speech perception occurs in the ventral speech processing ... A study of 17,000 one and two word utterances made by six children between 18 months to 25 months found that, depending upon ... Two cortical processing streams exist: a ventral one which maps sound onto meaning, and a dorsal one, that maps sound onto ... It has also been suggested that the phonetic units out of which speech is made have been selected upon by the process of ...
*  Luminoso
... continues to actively conduct research in natural language processing and word embeddings and regularly participates ... At SemEval 2017, Luminoso participated in Task 2, measuring the semantic similarity of word pairs within and across five ... Camacho-Collados, Jose (August 3-4, 2017). "SemEval-2017 Task 2: Multilingual and Cross-lingual Semantic Word Similarity" (PDF ... The company uses artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and machine learning to derive insights from ...
*  Heritage language
There are even those who claim that they own a language although they only know one single word of it: its name." Heritage ... Another argument argues for a shift in focus on the result of incomplete acquisition of a heritage language to the process of ... The Cognitive Processing of Chinese and Related Asian Languages. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. pp. 417-443. Benmamoun, ... because the previous information was processed first. This phenomenon becomes a struggle for adults who are trying to learn a ...
*  Stuttering
Whole-word repetition-a whole word, or more than one word is repeated, such as "I know-I know-I know a lot of information.". ... Auditory processing deficits have also been proposed as a cause of stuttering. Stuttering is less prevalent in deaf and hard-of ... Repeated movementsPart-word repetition-a single segment of a word is repeated (for example: s-s-stuttering!) or a part of a ... The child is mixing vocabulary (code mixing) from both languages in one sentence This is a normal process that helps the child ...
*  Speech and language impairment
Expressive One-word Picture Vocabulary Test (2-15 years) Bankson-Bernthal Phonological Process Survey Test (2-16 years) Goldman ... Rules that determine word endings and word orders Voice problem: Abnormal oral speech, often including atypical pitch, loudness ... Phonological process treatment, on the other hand, can involve making syntactical errors, such as omissions in words. In cases ... Children may hear or see a word but not be able to understand its meaning. They may have trouble getting others to understand ...
*  Computational linguistics
Speech and language processing: An introduction to natural language processing, computational linguistics, and speech ... Similar approaches were employed in early speech recognition attempts starting in the late 70s at IBM using word/part-of-speech ... This developmental process has been examined using a number of techniques, and a computational approach is one of them. Human ... Natural Language Processing by Liz Liddy, Eduard Hovy, Jimmy Lin, John Prager, Dragomir Radev, Lucy Vanderwende, Ralph ...
*  Neurolinguistics
In addition, the mismatch negativity has been used to study syntactic processing and the recognition of word category. Many ... The lexical decision task involves subjects seeing or hearing an isolated word and answering whether or not it is a real word. ... Osterhout, Lee (1997). "On the brain response to syntactic anomalies: manipulations of word position and word class reveal ... word such as doctor and then a "target" word such as nurse, if the subject has a faster-than-usual response time to nurse then ...
*  Template (word processing)
Word processing templates are ordinarily included as a regular feature in most word processing software. In addition, users of ... Word processing Comparison of word processors List of word processors Template (disambiguation) Normal.dot Configuration file ( ... save and manage the result as an ordinary word processing document. Word processing templates enable the ability to bypass the ... support may exist for other native features unique to the word processing application. Word processing document creation may ...
*  Pfs:Write
A user could use pfs:Write for word processing and link to Lotus 1-2-3 for spreadsheet use through the pfs menu system. Some ... The product was considerably easier to both learn and use than its far more fully featured and expensive DOS word processing ... Cameron, Janet (1984). "Word Processing Revisited". Byte (review). p. 171. Retrieved 23 October 2013. Ciraolo, Michael (Oct-Nov ... It included all the basic features common to most word processors of the day, including automatic word wrapping, spell checking ...
*  Sprint (word processor)
In any event, word processing was shifting to WYSIWYG. Version 1.5 did ship with a number of new features and real stability in ... "Word Processing Revisited". BYTE (review). p. 171. Retrieved 2017-12-06. "The BYTE Awards". BYTE. 1989. p. 327. Manuals are on ... Micropro was at the time the world leader in Word processing software with the famous WordStar line-up. They had success with ... Sprint may be all you need in word processing software". MINCE "retroarchive.org/cpm/cdrom/SIMTEL/ARCHIVES/AMETHYST/9101-1.TXT ...
*  Dehn function
Word processing in groups. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Boston, MA, 1992. ISBN 0-86720-244-0. D. Allcock, An isoperimetric ... is a freely reduced word satisfying w = 1 in G, then Area(w) ≤ f(,w,), where ,w, is the length of the word w. Then the Dehn ... The group G has solvable word problem. In particular, this implies that solvability of the word problem is a quasi-isometry ... Let w ∈ F(X) be a relation in G, that is, a freely reduced word such that w = 1 in G. Note that this is equivalent to saying ...
*  History of the floppy disk
The more conveniently sized 5¼-inch disks were introduced in 1976, and became almost universal on dedicated word processing ... Hogart, Thom (February 16, 1981). "Disk Myths Dismissed". InfoWorld: 3. Stern, Fred (1983). Word processing and beyond. John ... Mitsumi's "3-inch" Quick Disk media were also used in a 3-inch×3-inch housing for many Smith Corona word processors. The Smith ... and Don Massaro of Shugart Associates that the 8-inch format was simply too large and expensive for the desktop word processing ...
*  OnlyOffice
"ONLYOFFICE Mac Word Processing". Retrieved 2016-08-04. "OnlyOffice: A FOSS Office Suite for the Cloud , FOSS Force". 2016-07-13 ... It combines text, spreadsheet and presentation editors that include features similar to Microsoft desktop editors (Word, Excel ... are processed with inner conversion to DOCX, XLSX or PPTX. Functionality of the suite can be extended using plugins (side ...
*  James W. Cannon
Word processing in groups. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Boston, MA, 1992. ISBN 0-86720-244-0. James W. Cannon. Almost convex ... Cannon was one of the co-authors of the 1992 book "Word Processing in Groups" which introduced, formalized and developed the ... Word processing in groups., Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, ISBN 0-86720-244-0 CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter ( ... Cannon's original proof essentially went through without change to show that the word problem in word-hyperbolic groups is ...
*  Piedmont Technical College
... and Word Processing Certificate. ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: Associate in Engineering Technology (Major in Electronic Engineering ...
*  Pronator teres muscle
The word pronator comes from the Latin pronus, which means "inclined forward or lying face downward", and has to do with the ... which arises from the medial side of the coronoid process of the ulna, and joins the preceding at an acute angle. The median ...
*  Geoff Simons
Introducing word processing, 1981. Women in computing, 1981. The illustrated book of sexual records, 1982. Second ed., 1985. ...